His scientific interests lie mostly in Asphalt, Composite material, Geotechnical engineering, Aggregate and Cracking. His research integrates issues of Tensile testing, Natural rubber and Porosity in his study of Asphalt. Louay N. Mohammad focuses mostly in the field of Composite material, narrowing it down to topics relating to Emulsion and, in certain cases, Material properties, Simple shear, Brittleness and Atmospheric temperature range.
His work in the fields of Geotechnical engineering, such as Subgrade, intersects with other areas such as Field tests. His study in Aggregate is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Ultimate tensile strength, Asphalt concrete and Compaction. His work deals with themes such as Structural engineering and Fracture, which intersect with Cracking.
His primary scientific interests are in Asphalt, Geotechnical engineering, Composite material, Asphalt pavement and Rut. His Asphalt study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Ultimate tensile strength, Cracking, Structural engineering, Aggregate and Civil engineering. Louay N. Mohammad has included themes like Repeatability and Triaxial shear test in his Structural engineering study.
His Geotechnical engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Soil water and Base course. His Rut study deals with Dynamic modulus intersecting with Modulus. His work carried out in the field of Subgrade brings together such families of science as Mathematical model and Soil test.
Louay N. Mohammad spends much of his time researching Asphalt, Composite material, Cracking, Asphalt pavement and Geotechnical engineering. His Asphalt research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Rheology, Durability, Compaction and Polyurethane. His work in the fields of Composite material, such as Polymer, Crumb rubber and Shear strength, overlaps with other areas such as Self-healing material and Sodium alginate.
His Cracking research incorporates themes from Civil engineering, Structural material, Rut and Mix design. His Asphalt pavement research integrates issues from Traffic volume, Fatigue cracking and Forensic engineering. His work on Water content as part of general Geotechnical engineering study is frequently linked to Field, Base and Climate zones, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Asphalt, Cracking, Composite material, Asphalt pavement and Crumb rubber. His Asphalt study combines topics in areas such as Structural engineering and Full scale. The Cracking study combines topics in areas such as Fatigue testing and Solid mechanics.
Composite material is often connected to Deflection in his work. The study incorporates disciplines such as Geotechnical engineering, Rut, Crack resistance and Forensic engineering in addition to Asphalt pavement. His Geotechnical engineering research incorporates elements of Traffic volume, Fatigue cracking and Air voids.
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Evaluation of the durability of titanium dioxide photocatalyst coating for concrete pavement
Marwa M. Hassan;Heather Dylla;Louay N. Mohammad;Tyson Rupnow.
Construction and Building Materials (2010)
Fracture Resistance Characterization of Superpave Mixtures Using the Semi-Circular Bending Test
Zhong Wu;Louay N Mohammad;L B Wang;Mary Ann Mull.
Journal of Astm International (2005)
LOUISIANA EXPERIENCE WITH CRUMB RUBBER-MODIFIED HOT-MIX ASPHALT PAVEMENT
Baoshan Huang;Louay N. Mohammad;Philip S. Graves;Chris Abadie.
Transportation Research Record (2002)
History of Hot Mix Asphalt Mixture Design in the United States
Freddy L. Roberts;Louay N. Mohammad;L. B. Wang.
Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering (2002)
Influence of Asphalt Tack Coat Materials on Interface Shear Strength
Louay N. Mohammad;M. Raqib;Baoshan Huang.
Transportation Research Record (2002)
Permanent Deformation Characterization of Subgrade Soils from RLT Test
Anand J. Puppala;Louay N. Mohammad;Aaron Allen.
Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering (1999)
Unified Method to Quantify Aggregate Shape Angularity and Texture Using Fourier Analysis
Linbing Wang;Xingran Wang;Louay Mohammad;Chris Abadie.
Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering (2005)
Application of Shakedown Theory in Characterizing Traditional and Recycled Pavement Base Materials
Mingjiang Tao;Louay N. Mohammad;Munir D. Nazzal;Zhongjie Zhang.
Journal of Transportation Engineering-asce (2010)
Modeling and evaluation of the cracking resistance of asphalt mixtures using the semi-circular bending test at intermediate temperatures
Mostafa A. Elseifi;Louay N. Mohammad;Hao Ying;Samuel Cooper.
Road Materials and Pavement Design (2012)
Characterization of Fracture Properties of Asphalt Mixtures as Measured by Semicircular Bend Test and Indirect Tension Test
Minkyum Kim;Louay N. Mohammad;Mostafa A. Elseifi.
Transportation Research Record (2012)
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